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Rachel N. Andrews, DVM

Andrews, Rachel

Fourth Year PhD Candidate, 2016-2017

Year Matriculated: 2014

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Education:   Bachelor's of Science: Animal Sciences, University of Illinois: Champaign-Urbana, 2010
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin: Madison, 2014

Advisor: Mark Cline, DVM, PhD

Research Interests:
Normal tissue radiation injury, radiation induced brain injury, cerebral vasculature, neuropathology, brain aging


Travel Award, Scholar in Training, 61st Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society


Andrews RN, Hanbury DH, Peiffer AM, Dugan G, Cline JM. Single dose total body irradiation (TBI) results in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) detectable brain lesions in non-human primates. Poster session, presented at: 61st Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society; 2015; Weston, FL. 

Andrews RN, Cline JM. Late-delayed Radiation Induced Cerebrovascular Injury. Speaker, presented at: 1st Annual Comparative Medicine Research Day; 2015; Winston-Salem, NC.

Andrews RN. Corticomedullary tubular hypoplasia in an African green monkey. Speaker: National Primate Research Center Virtual Slide Conference; 2015; Online.

Andrews RN, Cline JM. Standardization of the assessment of neuropathology associated with Alzheimer’s type change in the non-human primate. Speaker: Wake Forest University Investigational Pathology Grand Rounds; 2014; Winston-Salem, NC.

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